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  FOX News    The Kelly File    News/Business.  (2013)  

    December 8, 2013
    6:00 - 7:01pm PST  

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>> i am megyn kelly live from the headquarters of fox news in new york city. coming up. >> emotions run high for the hearing of a new healthcare law. >> what are our options now? >> we don't have any options. >> how the new law is affecting her family. plus a kelly file investigation as to why the white house failed to tell the truth when the president's uncle ended up in custody. >> there was no evidence they met. that was what was conveyed. >> that's not the story now. an exclusive tonight a well-known washington whistleblower he has new information on what he calls
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controversial hires. the kelly file starts now. >> who was that? we are going to mutt el through another night tonight. breaking this evening the administration has just been forced to confirm what we reported to you a couple of days ago. tens of thousands of americans who think they have health insurance under obamacare may discover on january 1st that they do not. they are refusing to release the stats on the problems plaguing healthcare.gov the administration announced under pressure from the press that the enrollment of one out of every four people in the month of october and november were botched. at least one out of every four. since then they say at least one out of every 10 federal applications have had problems. the fix and they think the number is higher in the states. the state exchanges. our reporter pressed the agency in charge of these exchanges,
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the federal exchange or a solution to this mess, people don't know. they think they have got the coverage, they don't have the coverage, the insurer has some botched form it doesn't even have a name. it can't call the person to tell them it didn't work for you and here was the answer. >> but you are not saying that everyone should call? you are not suggesting that, urging them strongly despite the potential 1 terror rate going forward. >> any one who questions about their planned selection choice be able to contact the plan of their choice to get additional information. any consumer who has a question? how about every consumer should have a question because they don't know who hit is. tom miller is a resident fellow at the american enterprise institute. good to see you. anybody who has a question if you enrolled on healthcare ghea
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you better have a question because we don't know who the one of out of four are who think they have insurance but they don't. >> almost the motto should be don't trust do verify. we know the administration will admit to some of the errors at the last possible moment when it has no other choice. >> most of the press was pressing them saying let us know how many are we talking about and finally they said it's 1 in 4 since november. it's a relaunch of the web site. this is all we are willing to admit in terms of whatever forms have gone wrong whatever submissions have gone wrong. new it is almost humorous saying
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the american people better do another thing to make sure the coverage. >> they are trying to power through the delays the misrepresentations leave it in the hands of the private sector partners who are supposed to clean up the mess. patients will be inconvenienced. it is a big guessing game. i would expect them to be carefully crafted. >> do we reason to believe the insurance companies who are working to set this right to the extent they can identify people are trying to do it by hand to be comparisons and so on. we are up he knoagainst a deadlr those who lost their coverage inexpectedly and are not going to have it on january 1st unless they can -- right now they lost their coverage but they think they have coverage so they need to figure this out and get back
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to those people and have those people reenroll by december 3rdrd. do we think that is going to happen? >> let's break this down. this is supposed to be a state of the art high-tech system. first you may have to mail in your application because the web site doesn't, would. then your insurer is going to have to check each application by hand then you still have to place a phone call. >> then on the insurance subsidy side making your premiums more handleable they are asking president insurance companies to estimate what kind of subsidy each enroll lee is going to get. thank you for being here. >> you are welcome. >> we are also seeing a series of new reports raising worries
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about patient access to doctors under obamacare. some doctors are saying they don't want to and cannot afford to participate in the new healthcare exchanges. what can we do about this laryngitis. no. i am kidding. what specifically is the beef in california about the reenburrsment that leads you to say doctors don't want to enjoy the exchanges. >> people have to make a decision whether to participate in the exchange plans when they off offered participation a lot of doctors were skeptical about what did that mean as far as the viability. we train to take care of patients that's the bottom line here. in order to take care of
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patients you have to keep your doors open pay your over head pay your staff. when we are offered rates through the exchanges that don't cover that extent, that means not only can't we see these new patients we can't stay open for the patients who we are currently taking care of. we train to take care of all patients whether they will be exchange patients they will be commercial patients. the exchanges have not been as open as they should have been. we are trying to work in california with cover california to get that transparency so that we know as physicians can we participate? patients should be getting accurate information and they are not. >> let's get specific. i understand that you gave an example about medicare paying about $76 for return office visits for medicare patients. they go back tore follow up they get 76 bucks. in california the medicaid reimbursement is much lower? >> no, that was actually a misstatement in the original language put out by the examiner
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today. what i was trying to explain to them is that in my area of california in san diego medicare pays roughly $76 for return office visits. medicaid program pays 24. and the exchanges are offering payments somewhere in between those two numbers and in some cases pretty close to the medical number. $24 doesn't cover the cost of taking care of a patient that's why there's problems getting doctors taking care of medicaid patients in california. we cannot have the exchanges offering such low rates for patients who are moving out of the ppo market or individual market. >> that incentive for the doctors to participate. what will happen to the californians who find themselves with no choice but to join a program under the exchange? >> well, we are dealing with what is called narrow networking. it is coming about because the physician is making a decision whether or not to participate and by plans only contracting with a smaller number of doctors for some of the exchange
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products. if you put enough people in those plans you don't have enough doctors participating you end up with a bottleneck which means you are not doing what this is all about improving access to care. >> last question for you. california claims they have over 50,000 uniavailable under the c california plan. do you buy that number? >> i really don't. we have been trying to understand those numbers. i can tell you in my community i can't find a specialist yet who is signed up with any of these contracts. some of the plans are accessing under the ppo contracts we didn't sign up with the exchange products. that may be where some of the numbers are coming from. that's not as broad as they are broadcasting. >> stick around. we will fix this. coming up has the mainstream media declared war on republican women? wait until you see what one research team discovered.
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>> up next new evidence that the white house may have a truth problem. kelly files hadoes a major abou face in a story about a member of president obama's own family right after this break. don't miss this. >> the white house said in 2011 there was no record of them ever meeting now the boston globe is being told by the white house how can you make that kind of a mistake? ♪
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>> you don't have to get angry at me. i have a quick question for you. >> i know you have been in this country a long time. >> sir. i just have a quick question for you. >> no questions. >> well that was fox's jessie waters tracking down president obama's uncle outside of boston earlier this year. in 2011 omar obama was arrested for drunk driving. it was discovered he was living in the united states illegally. they claimed omar and president obama had never met. now they have done a complete
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180. twras gallagher as the kelly file investigation. trace? >> when the president's uncle was arrested we learned he was here illegally and that he was the president's uncle. i think i will call the white house. the white house said there was no record of the president meeting his uncle omar. this week omar obama testified not only had he met his nephew but barack obama even lived there. there is no support the president met his uncle. it is unclear what evidence they are they were looking for even though omar obama was mentioned in the book there was no mention of them ever meeting. today press secretary jay carney
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pinpointed the actual problem. >> the president said he had met omar obama and he stayed with him for a brief period of time until the president's apartment was ready after that they saw each other and after law school they gradually fell out of touch. >> the problem was nobody ever asked the president if he net p met his uncle. the white house says his president has not seen his president in more than 20-years. uncle omar was allowed to remain in this country because of his good moral character and the white house says they did not intervene at all in the immigration. mark, they say nobody ever asked him. yet they started disseminating
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information from the newspapers. >> the president's uncle is arrested for dui says i am going to call the white house. nobody tells him about this. if it is true it would point to an even worse problem in the white house which is that nobody brings this president bad information. it is a hard conversation to walk into the oval office and say to the president your enk el was arrested for dwi. also hard to say to the president you have been telling americans they can keep their insurance but it is not true. you have to stop. either way they have the culture that disseminates and encourages dishonest
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dishonesty. >> if what they are saying is not true it is a bald faced lie. if he told them i know i am i am related to him and i lived with him for a few years before law school it is just a bald faced lie. he needs to be saying the press office wouldn't be telling us bald faced lies. nobody told the president the web site doesn't, would nobody told him after he said 30 times you can keep your health tear plan. nobody went to the president and said that's not true. it is part of the job to tell the president bad news. >> this is going to get a lot of coverage. is it a story? >> it is because on its own it is would be one day. the president this is an administration who lied to the american people about benghazi
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and about obamacare and they can keep their plans. now we learn they misled the american people about the president's family. you have a president terne of misinformation coming out of this information at a time when the president even himself admits he's fighting to get his credibility back. majority of americans don't believe him. they say he is not trust worthy or honest. majority say they think he deliberately lied to the american people when he said you can keep your health plan. if he wants to regain his credibility it doesn't help. >> it doesn't come at the right time. >> thank you. >> feel better megyn. >> the doctor wanted to put a video scope up my nose to take a look at my throat. we declined that. he said i am going to have more of these. >> has the mainstream media declared more on american women? what one research team uncovered. >> obamacare hitting home for
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one family in the heartland the story is a tough choice they now face just ahead. >> there has never been good information out there about the aca, about what it is, about what it does. now that it is really coming to bear is something far worse than many of us anticipated.
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>> he had to resign after a vicious attack on a conservative woem ks sarah palin.
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the folks at the media research center did a little checking. when rush limbaugh made a derogatory comment to san trau fluck on the subject of birth control the mainstream media covered it only two times in two weeks after the comment was made. martin brash shir said she was slave enpun nirnment. how many covered that. brent brazel. he performed the study. well, it's not hard to count. zero. none whatsoever. if is so bad you don't want to say what it was. i will tell the audience image the most disgusting thing imaginable that's what he said should be done to sarah palin. it was hundredfold more serious
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tlan rush limb paw has ever said about any one in 30 years on his radio store. yet nothing, crickets about martin bashir? >> nobody covered it. >> at all. they didn't cover it. but they don't cover the ongoing. when you have got the chris matthews who mr. call michelle bachmann -- call michelle palin an insult. they give us these lectures about decency they are nowhere to be found. >> is it about conservative women or is it about sarah palin? they feel you gishe gives out
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exactly what she gets. she is the uber conservative woman. sheets the north star of attacks. this whether or not an off-the-cuff remark. this was prepared piece. if that iss the case it took hi 1 days to do that. why whether or not he fired the moment he did that. where is the apology. she is a woman. racism is okay if you are a conservative black. it is okay if you are a catholic organization. all these things they preach. >> president obama made news speaking of ms ybs taujlilking t
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device iness in his country. listen to his take on it. >> the american people are good and decent. sometimes we get partly divided. specifically tries to deny it and splinter. >> he tried to divide the people and splint. >> some in the media have concluded this fiasco of obamacare is simply indefensible especially when a man lied dozens of times to the american people. there are some in the liberal media some liberal who are scientists. >> you think he is getting ticked off?
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trace gallagher is in there today. >> she spoke about the affordable care act. she was emotional compelling and yes congress was listening very intently. dalton told lawmakers in 2009 her family dropped insurance because of costs. but in 2011 they decided to take the president at his word if you like your plan you can keep it. they got a plan and they liked it. unfortunately as millions of americans learned it was not
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grandfathered. >> up until then i didn't know there was such a thing as a grandfather clause. if we had known that we would have tried to comply with that. >> so her plan that she was paying $375 a month for was canceled her new plan 1,180 a month an 800 plus dollar increase. even though her husband is a dentist they can't afford it. she learned they have subsidies. instead of relieved she was angry. >> >> that's not what we want. (indiscernible). burden our children and grandchildren to pay for something which two months ago (indiscernible) >> doesn't want to pay for anything that her kids have to pay for later. even with the subsidies it only
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covered 250 a month. the plan would still be ore 9 huv $900. they get a reprieve until 2015 but then what? >> we don't have any options. my husband and i are in middle warj going to need healthcare more and more. we have been blessed up until now. we haven't needed a doctor. but going forward we will and now what? >> at one point during the hearing she started to cry. the congressman said she almost made him cry. >> a well-known washington whistleblower has a scathing new report about the background of a bunch of nattorneys hired for immigration for obama
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administration. good to see you again. basically they have hired a bunch of new immigration enforcement attorneys as department of homeland security. why are you concerned? >> they turned to radical open border's associations mexican american illegal funds all of these organizations are now the source of dud ens -- dozens of new lawyers. they know the personnel is policy. if up don't want immigration laws enforced vigorously go out and hire lawyers. >> they have photographs of those who obtain the
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biographical information. the first one is jennifer lee. they actually published a plan fete to get the illegals that was entitled what to do in the event of a raise. it gave advice to tell you how to be waive if dhs comes acalling. now jennifer lee is working for them. >> there was an attorney named maura we. she worked for the hclu. she wrote scathing condemnations of bhs because they were collecting finger print information of people they captured at the border. she said you shouldn't be collecting this information. the reason the information is important they cycle through
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they cross they come back. opposing finger print is across the borders. >> where are the attorneys do they have vacancies that need to be filled? is>> that is an interesting part of the story. they were only going to hire a few. and the chief lawyer at the dhs component a man by the name of steve lagompsy wanted to hire dozens and dozens and got special permission. if congress doesn't past amnesty or comprehensive reforms these new lawyers will have the power in the united states to ask. >> it is a potential way of
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confirming it not the actual deal. how long are these people in office for? do they go when the president goes? >> these are government attorneys on the scale making 125,000 to 50,000 dollars a year. the next administration is stuck with that. they wouldn't have the skills set or guts to handle that. personnel is policy and they are changing the personnel to change the policy. >> we have reached out to this dhs comment and they have a long standing stringent protocols to ensure an impartial process. they went on to say neither political views or inappropriate spectors are there.
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>> zero tolerance goes to a new place when a 5th grader gets suspended for shooting an imaginary arrow at a class rate. the sign for ver go that is getting you suspended now with expulsion threatened. that's it right after the break. >> there's a growing change in how men are speaking how they are talking. you have to hear this. we have evidence of all of the guys on our show last night being traced and many others. we will let you hear it we want you to let us know what you think. are you hearing a change? {off-lin {off-line} it's the little things in life that make me smile.
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>> that was a clip from the installment of the hit series hunger games. she carries a bow and arrow. there are reports that it single handedly boosting interest in archery across the country. now wither hearing a story about a 5th grader suspended and faces
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possible expulsion for playfully firing an imaginary arrow at a classmate. and criminal defense attorney. a few hot topics to get through. that is the first one. now if you mraflash it you get suspended and possibly ex spelled? >> let's look at their parents for parking a unicorn in a fire zone. there is no nothing to this crime. the kid is 10. he is 10. we encourage them to use their imagination. >> it will be on his permanent record. >> i am so grateful i am not growing up in this age of inanity. i would have been busted for the wonder woman uniform i was rocking because it would have been too indtimidatiintimidatin
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to say the name ron hos. she is the principal. the this is a ridiculous idea. we are punishing them for imagination. we should be celebrating imagination. we should celebrate when someone doesn't want to do anything with a gun. >> he thought about a weapon and made a motion. >> let's move on. this is raising eye rows. this baby seat. this is about the size. not that one. this is called the newborn to toddler activity seat. this is if you don't want to speak to your child.
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>> i don't want to ban anything. it is fantastic they would have something easy for their child. what is the difference between this and one hangs over them. it is still interactive? >> i think those of us who are adults messing up our sleep pattern how we communicate with each other. the idea we should be wrounger we should be using less of this stuff not encouraging more. >> they don't like tv eithe it' news channel. when you put the toy in front of your child on the car seat or whatever it is. he looks at it maybe he is thinking a little bit about it.
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then he looks at mommy he hears mommy's voice. this is all look at the big mickey mouse. it takes away the opportunity for imagination. >> in order for me to have a kid i would have to have an app for that. if we have the technology. >> caring parents are going to use it sparingly but neglect parents are going to sit them in front of it. >> but now going back to the first story of it is a great thing. i was reading a study boredom is good for kids. i became a writer in part because i was left with my devices. >> you can have better emergency nation. >> how so? >> it is more interactive.
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you are talking about an instrument. if i am with my child he starts trying i start thing, not present day but i do something to interact. my child needs me. >> turn the dhanl. let's move on. >> there is a study out men modern men are starting to up talk. when you ride se in pitch at th end of your sen tenses. we went through the show and pulled a clip from every man. >> they really know nothing about this law. it's not nearly enough. >> now can't even build a web site. >> they will put you in jail. >> what does this mean he's
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starting to become a valley girl? >> he is identifying too much with this. she was at the annual acust cal society of america. >> does one penny of government funding go into this? >> this they need to know. those who speak up talk actually add questions instead of mixed statements. we just had that last night. >> they are trying to find out whether men or loss losing the authority in their voices. it was at duke university study that was out recently that said they were speaking in lower voices but now the up talk make more money. >> i think same goes for women.
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maybe not today you have a voice that is not too screechy. here's what i see it most you are getting sold a car a house and a man is talking to you is a woman. i see them trying to walk more like they think women talk with the up talk. that irritates me to no end. >> what do we do? is>> it it remind me do you remember when stkirsten first ce they were talking about her voice. wondered if it would ruin her career. they have a distinct advantage of high pitched peers. she is linked to dominant behavior which i couldn't help that this little chestnut what i raid that, who guide and gayed you scientists in chief. >> maybe she is on to something.
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i am dom mant because i have a lower voice. thoughts? >> i agree. >> you are wearing a necklace. >> hopefully it will bring in more money the study says it will. >> thanks. coming up doctoraraum mat iblg- dramatic events. who thinks say is their prime suspect. coming up on "hannity" at the top of the hour. >> johanna had her last brain surgery a month ago food. i had been trying to get a hold of the insurance companies because i was hearing rumors. the first said it was determited as december 21st. when of hard to reach plaque. feel the difference.
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>> dramatic development a by racial high school football player bullying. you won't believe who they have in custody as a suspect. >> isaac phillips not only left the football team but he left school. a family filed a police report saying someone spray painted a racist message on the back of their house, nice is the name of the football team, don't need and the football players. >> there's two, three bad seed that is ruining this. it is not the whole team. like i said, it falls on leadership. if you allow certain things to happen don't be surprised. >> even before the roinvestigatn
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they took immediate action cancelling the remainder of the football season. listen now to the superintendent. we do everything we can to eliminate it from our schools and our community. >> there was even a town wide vigil against racism in the spill lips family spoke at. now the family is silent after police chief said the football team was not responsible for racist graffiti. they look away four hans bliss chief calls the mom and court documents ta the mom made handling haments but police say the investigation will go forward. >> that is unbrooefrab-- inbeli.
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enjoy the relief! >> guess who is going on "the tonight show." jay leno thinks he is interviewing me, i am really interviewing him. >> the war on the little guy. each and every one of these is incomprehensible to me. >> i am a constitutional lawyer. i have no idea what is in these books. >> government adds thousands of pages of new rules every year. >> tough reforms effect consumers. >> they say we need more. >> there are certain times we should infringe on your freedom. >> we have to protect our children. >> but they keep passing more laws. now we are drowning in red tape. >> i can't eat the way i want. i can't drink the water i want. i can't poop the way i want. >> like a disease.